Eurokracy 2013 covered by Fourtitude
The Canadian enthusiast scene has always been one to watch. From the early days of revolutionary swaps and builds (looking at you RPI and Shawn van Neer) to today’s events like Eurokracy with intense house party feel amidst the fog of tire burnouts. This year marked the third year for the aforementioned Eurokracy Montreal, an event that’s quickly become Canada’s biggest VAG enthusiast gathering.
Unlike some of the other growing or grown American events like Wuste or H20i, Eurokracy fits all of its intensity into just one day. Competitions throughout the day include an NHRA approved 1/4 mile drag strip, aforementioned burnout competition, the usual show field and also what has been billed as the world’s first low-car competition dubbed “Neckbreaker” and sponsored by AccuAir Suspension.
Title sponsor for this most Canadian of events is the French-Canadian chip tuning firm of Unitronic. This is Unitronic’s home turf, and that quickly becomes apparent in the level of visibility the company has on site at Eurokracy.
If you’re living south of the border and haven’t made the migration to Eurokracy, then maybe you should. Enthusiasts at Waterfest who attended that event’s after party should take note. We’re told the Eurokracy crew had a major hand in the planning of that successful event as well.
Thanks to Jean-Noel Quilatan for contributing our photography of this event. Jean-Noel can be found on Instagram as @jnqnco and also on his website at www.jnqco.com.